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How could Brexit affect medicines supply and regulation?

Lawyer Tim Jenkins explores some of the repercussions of leaving or remaining in Europe

Tim Jenkins, partner at law firm Charles Russell Speechlys, spoke to C+D about the implications of Brexit at Avicenna's conference in Mauritius last week (June 1).

Mr Jenkins referred to findings of a poll conducted in collaboration with Avicenna on the C+D website May 10-19, which found that 40% of 107 respondents will vote to remain in the European Union in the referendum on June 23. 

Read the full poll results here.

C+D has also spoken to a pharmacy owner from each country in the UK to gauge their views on Brexit. Read the results here.

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